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Shepparton news Published,: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 5 February 1914

SlKDparion n.M's Published,: Monday and Thursday Evenings. I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. The question of the cartage of I cream is one that has received the serious consideration ^of directors of the Shepparton Butter Factory 't may be regarded as the most impor tant matter now before the board. The competition for cream is now so keen that most butter factories co operative and otherwise, are- putting forth the most strenuous exertions to secure the outpu' from every dairy. Competition will be welcomed, and by none more so than the dairyman, who may get a higher price for his cream than would be. possible under ordinary conditions. The keen ess of the competition is evident from the fact that the Melbourne firms are scouring the district from one end to the other in search of custo mers. This is only to be expected, but the directors of the local factory naturally feel a bit sore over the fact that a district co-operative' factory has entered the lists as a competitor for cream in the Sh...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY FIRST MEETING OF 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY FIRST MEETING OF 191<i The first monthly meeting of the Shepparton Agricultural so ciety for' the year 1911 was held on Saturday afternoon at the secretary s oflice.-.The president (Mr. J. M: McNabb) presided '.over a fair attendance of mem bers. - . - The High Jump. ;v.Owcn C. Martin refex'red to prize money aud asked if any thing had been done in regard to Glen jumping Eroni's horse. His horse had broken the Australa-. siari high jump record, 7ft. 28in. yet he nearly broke his neck over ;Shepparton's high jump. This should be altered by having iliglit, round sapling^, instead of .luriibersome ones they had. and' haVe a new' make "of pegs. He suggested leaving water-jump out of. open hunters' contests. Received. ' Successful Students. ' Dr. Cameron, director of agri culture. forwarded results" of' examinations at end of recent-, agricultural- classes, and inti | mated that student gaining the highest nuriibor of marks would receive gotil medal in due...

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DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. CLOSING THE SUMMER SESSION. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. A SPLENDID FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

dook'i e agricultural - college. CLOSING THE SUMMER SESSION. ~ PRESENTATION - OF "PRIZES, A SPLENDID .FUNCTION. • ' .. . . No t\y i tli s taii.diiig'r-l'ii ei;act Hi a L the shade reading. of the lliermov 111 et6'r fon- Eridays was 1.0 9 "'deg.",: four." members 'of the Council" of AgiicuItu"ral:Educa:tibii;faced the: trip * tb'.DookieiCollege' 'that day " to take,part' irt; Xlierciosingicere-; mony of .the .summer: session.: These were Messrs.,G; Yeo, J..J. Carlisle,1 M.L.A., Hamilton Cold well and Professor Cherry (Melb'.: University). ; They:were.accom panied by Mr. -T. J. Purvis, sec retary-to the council, Mr. A. C. Drevermann,' a , former • science master at Dookie, now' principal of the Longerenong College, Mr. Sinclair, another former science master and ex-priheipal of Lon gerenong College, now agricul tural editor (and' "Hickory") of the 'Australasian.':.These gentle men came to Sheiiparton by. train; on Thursday night;. " and were driven over to the. college on Fri (h\y -.m...

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FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

FREE LIBRARY. j The monthly meetmg of the Free Library and Working Men's Club was held on Tuesday even ing last. The president (Mr. F. M'A'augliton) was in the chair, and the following members were present: Messrs G. Furphy, J. Kendall, N. Colliver. E. Quiggiri, E. J. Vibert, J. Mitchell, J. Suth erland and A. Henderson. Apolo gies were read and accepted from Messrs T. N. Munt.z and Aj Cly: desdale. Resignations , were -re ceived from Mr J. A. M'Gilliv ray (treasurer) and Mr R.- A. Webb; and were accepted with much-regret. The election of of ficers for the ensuing term re sulted • as follow:—President,. Mr. G. V. Furphy; vice-president, Mr J. Kendall: treasurer, Mr J. Pick; finance committee, Messrs ICoUiver and.E. Quiggin; billiard committee, Messrs J. Kendall, A. Whitehead. A. Clydesdale, J. Mit chell. The treasurer's report was read showing balance last, re port, £39/3/1: receipts, £7/9/G. Total, £46/12/7. Expenditure, £22/10/6; balance bank, £24 2/1. Total, £'iG/12/7. Accouuts w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

j THAT ACHING'BACK. Do not neglect the warning mes 1 sage of the back that aches. Back ' :ichc is a sign that your kidneys are weak and not able to properly carry out their work of filtering ! the blood, then look after your, kidneys at the first sign of back ache, for if " ncglected serious . trouble will follow — rheumatic ; pains, urinary disorder, neuralgia, [gravel, stone, dropsy. Take Doan's ) Backache Kidney Pills in time and j the cure is simple. I Mr. Finlay G. M'Leod, blacksmith', J late of Kirkland.street, Euroa, and ; now living at Talura, says:—"I suf i fored from weak kidneys, backache and bladder trouble. My back was si bad that I could not bend, and it seemed to be always paining. My secretions were also affected. I On one occasion I was laid up for j eleven weeks, suffering with weak j bladder and kidneys. Xo treatment | g.we me relief uutil I got Doan's i Backache Kidney Pills. One bottle of fills made an improvement in ' my health, and i continued taking ; th em, ...

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IN THE CAUSE OF CHARITY. HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION COMMITTEE. THE SHEPPARTON EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

IN THE CAUSE OF OHARITY. HOSPITAL DEMONSTRATION COMMITTEE. THE SHEPPARTON EFFORT. The annual meeting of the Shepparton Hospital Demonstra tion Committee was held on Mon day night, at the Free Library. Present: The president (Mr H. T. Lanyon), Messrs E. J. Harris (secretary), H. M'Kenzie, A. Whitehead, E. Johnston, W..-G. Anderson, T. N. Munlz. J. Ken dall. Apologies were accepted from Messrs H. B. Harvey, C. Palling, and W. W. Wallis. Election of Officers. The election of officers result ed as follows:—President. Mr H. T. Lanyon was re-elecled. on the motion of Messrs Whitehead and Harris. In thanking members for the compliment Mr Lanyon said he would endeavor to do his best lo make this year's col lections a greater success than ever (Applause). Other officers: Treasurer: Mr. A. Whitehead. J.P.: secretary. Mr. E. J. Harris. Mr. Harris said that, personally, he thought the office should eo round. Committee:"The old com mittee was re-elected, with Mr. •las. Phillips, Geo. Hosie. J. S...

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ILLEGAL DIVERSION OF WATER. THE COSGROVE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

ILLEGAL DIVERSION OP WATER. THE COSGROVE CASE. (From our Correspondent). A case of unusual interest was heard at the Dookie police court on Wednesday last, Before Mr. j'. W. Beaven, P.M. The defendant was Mr. William Gardner, a far. mer, of Gosgrove, who was pro ceeded against by the Sheppar ton Shire Water Trust for ille. gaily diverting water from Black channel. Mr. Abernethy appeared for the Water Trust, and Mr. J. Sutherland (Sutherland and Mac farlane) for the defendant. The case for the prosecution was thai there had been complaints about the Cosgrove channel, which had been blocked on three occasions. Defendant's property had been served by the Cosgrove and Black's channels. The prosecu tion was for illegally diverting water from Black's channel John Gibbs, ranger; for the Shire of Shepparlon Water Trust, de !:<oseu: Gardner had three dams that can be tilled fro in Cosgrove and Black's channel: naii...i his residence on the 27th Decem ber, took a stop out of Cosgru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES YOU GET IT HERE AT —! WARDROP'S Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character! suits that mark the wearer as a man most particular in matters of dress, such (ire \YARDRQPVS TAILORED SUITS. Oup ftepveseniative (Mr. Syd. Tboir>aa> visits this district every two months. WARDROP. The Quality " Tailor. SMITH GCttJONQV^OOD, Carnival Week AT JAS. FAIRLEYS' Record Business! AND .Record Bargains! 36in. Dress Linens, 6 shades of Navy; also, Pink, Sky, Mulberry, Purple.— Hundreds of pieces sold at 1/6 15 Pieces (only), doubte'Width Crepds; newest goods, in Plain Whites, Cream and Hair lines.—Usually 1/3 A further supply of S.S.S. Galatea Boys' Blouses and Sac Coats all one price This Week 90 (only) Men's Noted Dust Coats; newest styles —Usual prices, 15/6 to 17/6—This Week ... 30 Patterns in Nairus Best Quality Lino, 6 feet wide —For Sale only Illl II Don't Fail to Pay a Visit to E. J. HARRIS' GREAT ANNUAL CLEAN SWEEP CLEAN SWEEP SALE! SALE! ? 7) •Satu...

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SHEPPARTON SPORTS CARNIVAL. SIXTEENTH CARNIVAL. RECORDS TO BE BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

SHEPPARTON SPORTS CARNIVAL. SIXTEENTH CARNIVAL. RECORDS TO HE JJHOkK.V Tlio sixteenth annual Canmal will be. begun to-morrow v'l'uti day) at noon, and all that is ii'.w wanted is line weather to make it the mosl successful ever held. Commencing with the heats of the Sliepparton Ciift, of i'llo. the various items will be rapidly run off to time 011 programmes. On Tuesday, pedestrian event? will be the principal item? L>f competition, whilst the famous acrobatic troupe, "The Hom;u. will make their first appearance m Sliepparton. This troupe lias a world-wide reputation, pertfi" ming both afternoon ami even ing. Tuesday evening's pro gramme will be enlivened t>y a varied programme of musu' sup plied by the Shepparton -Model Band. On Wednesday Lhc events start at 11.30 a.m. and continue with out interruption till 0 p.m., am1 commence again at 8 p.m. programme for Wednesday com prises a variety of music uno racing such as should satisfy every taste—pedestrian, cycling, wood choppin...

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DOOKIE COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

DOOKIE COLLEGE Nftf£S.' •On Wednesday. evcuiuK*tl^e usual smoke night before the ai v®: ubi'Qak^ up was held. As ihe,ttighN<[tafyery hot it was decided to !have taiumeut ou.tsiite. Various items, such, as piano aud violin selection*, souks recitations anu humorous speeches in which many excellent local hits were made, were Kiv*>nfc Air Sims, tho retiring school captain, and .Mes srs Brownell Plunkett and De Largje (diploma students), gave short adi dresses to tho students. Three hearty cheers were given for Captain iSimi, who was Congratulated on his veiy successful term of offices. Tho even* ing's entertainment ended with the singing- of Auld Lang Syne and God Save the Kingi ! i, * * » * ♦ On Friday morning the students assembled at the farm for the day s orders1.. For all this would bo the last roll call for this college year, and for many .it would he the last. Following a time-ilionorod custom,' the " students headed by Captain Sims played follow the leader through...

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FINAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

FINAL ARRANGEMENTS There were pivi0iu~ ;it Tliui'-'W evening a meetjlip of the C.n uAai Coiumitlue: Messrs J, 1'. Dow lie* (president) J-, Kcmla.l, T\ I>ai-li. H. Vineeiit' A. B.gjjar K -1 Mat'-'*' I'V J. Harris, W iS lianiiei. I-' " t'uii", 1-. 11. Cooper. A AYIutolii''1'* C. Aiulet'so'ii 1'" CiouK>'> "a" pin and J; Siubbs (secretary). Mw >ioU> WOI'O og.-LV-i to «i I o U> A ' ' That we liave 110 spac.- lul' l'e petrilied w^man show.. That Mr IV Smith l>e tippoii>'«'' 11 place of Mr Jl A. M'Gilliv.av ;l~| u'mpire of cyoLi.HK> on am'in >' (alters departure. Mr Wi„ .0. Auaerio'i 'to iiie-'' '•« H0mas troupe on" its ai'fiva : -*ir i"'. H. Cooper to meet ,M'i;<lrt:!'' (Judge Highland. eye,nts)t •''••• That the water Cart'Jtie ikept S°"-S for .the two (laj/S of carnival 011 street aud whore rpijuiredk

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LAST WEEK'S HOT SPELL. 109 DEGREES ON FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

LAST WEEK'S HOT 8PELL. 10!) DEGREES OK FBIDAYv . Last week's spell of hot weather established, a record for the sea son,' The heat experienced on Wed nesday and Thursday cuimiiia'ed, on Friday, when the thermometer at tained its highest reading for the season vi'i. 109 degrees in the shade at. Qu"en\s-gard0iis. Thei»" were< higher readings with other thermometers but Ihe sub-ob>erva t0fy one is accepted. Friday's great V.e-U which followed one of the iio. •'est nights of the season, proved extremely tiying, and brought aboul ii) almost entire collapse, in many eases. There was a sharp tliunder« storm at night but the atmosphere was not cooled. to auy extent* Ex cossivo heat was experienced throughout tJie S(atei "Wri'es our Dookie coiTC.<pondeiit: The wea"her during the past week has been intens0ly hot, each day seemingly gel ting hotter until Fru clay, when the shade temperature reached 110 degreps. This has been .the hottest' nay for the season, re-h dents...

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SALES AT SHEPPARTON CORPORATION YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

SALES AT SKEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. , — o SHEEP ... FEBRUARY 10 CATTLE ... FEBRUARY 17 PIGS ' ... FEBRUARY 23

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. ANNUAL CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

CHURCH OF GHRI8T. ANNUAL CONFERENCE 'Clio au.iual conference iti con ucc.ion Willi Ihe Church of Christ, was held in ilie chapel, Steward street, la|>t Wednesday, al'.enio'n and evening The president (Mr A Brown) occupied the chauv Re; ports were given by 'the,/secretary of the Shepparton church (Mr B. E. Dud'.ey); secretary of the Co-grovg church (Mr J,.' C. Skinner); minister of the circuit (Air II, at. Clipstone). each showing that good work had been done; fourteen bei;:g added to the church during (he year, thirteen b.v faith and immersion, and one by lotter; making a membership oi ninety fov the circuit. Mr C.ipstono extended a warm we'eome to Mr J. Mu-lford, miaisitior of . tho Church of Christ, at i.'ewmarket, who delivered two splendid ad-' dresses during tho s0saionu. ' 1 The following bffleecr.s were elec ted fo«' the ensuing ycaii:: [President; Mr J, C. Skinner; vice-,president. Jlr A. ICnighfc; seecretary, and trea surerr Mr ]£• IV Dutfley.' ill At the evening meeting...

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A DOUBLE RIVER TRAGEDY. MOTHER AND SON DROWNED. WHAT EARLY MORNING BATHERA SAW. WOMAN'S BODY IN THE STREAM. SON'S BODY RECOVERED ON SUNUAY MORNING. A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

DOUBLE river tragedy. jjotheb and son drowned. \t kaiu.y morning | bathers saw. WOMAN'S BODY IN THE ^U"' STREAM. ,AX-c body RECOVERED ON S°* ^SUNUAY.MORNING, . a mysterious affair. Shortly after 5 o'clock on Sat urday morning the body of a married woman named Margaret 4nastasia Brown, was recovered from tlif tioulburn, under circumstances which, pointed to accidental drowning:. It was re moved to the bank, and the police uvre notified of the incident The deceased is I he wife of Thomas Brown. There was a family of three sons. One son, a lad,, aged about 17 years, who was temporarily employed at Messrs Urvant and Shell's brewery. The father, mother, and youngest con canie to Shepparton about a fortnight ago. and went into camp on the western bank, close to a spot that, is much favored bv bathers from the town. They owned a waggonette and a pair nf horses, together with a tent. One of the horses strayed away i :l !i,<"itn ago from th-j alt'""1. il . ;u.r,u 1' v'aS ad P.1" M...

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MIEPOLL SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

I IHIEPOLL. 80H00L PICNIC. Tlio annual school picnic was lieid on Wednesday. iast, and passed1 off most successfully, the attendance comparing favorably. wi,th previous years!; A full programme of rac.es was run olf ana jhe handicapping resulteu in some line* finished. J-n ilie evening the Customary, ba 1 Look place, wiipU about BO couples kept ihinjrci going merrily, till 3*30 a.m The results of the rages were:—i Boys' Baces: Una^r 5, N'J'Zaueili 1, 0. K.ii'ushaw 2; under 7, P, Zaneili 1, iv; Zuneili 2; unuQr "J, K Hannai berry 1, J». Hannaberry- 2; under ,11, 1', Harry 1, lJ. lianuaberry >#; under 13, D. Walsh 1, M. Carey 2; under 15. M. Kelly 1. P- .Connors ,2; Siam ese race Alt.' lipliy. and P. Connors 1; sack race, J,. O'Farro.l, 1; jum ble race, J. O'Farrell, 1. Girls' [Races): Under 5, ill. Danalier 1. M. Zanelli 2; under 7 Bv O'Farrell ,1 L. Walsh 2; under 9, Ii, Walsh »1, B. Hannah berry 2; under 11 Sf(.',O'Farrell 1, E Walsh 2: under 13, St: O'Farrell 1. A J Walsh 2; uu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, February 10 Shepparton Sheep Sale. St. James Stock Sale. Numurkah Pig and Poultry. Wednesday, February 11. W. F. Smith's Clearing Sale, at Yielima. M'Donald's Clearing, Wattville Katamatite Stock Sale. Thursday, February 12. Nalinga Stock Sale. Tatura Stock Sale. Katandra Stock Sale. Sale of Horses at Yarroweyah. Friday, February 13. Toolamba Stock Sale. Hugh M'Laren's Clearing Sale, at Marungi. . „ , J. \V Robinson's Clearing Sale, Cooma. Murchison E. Special Stock Sale. Saturday, February 14 Sale of Land—Maurice O'Shea 344 acres, Arcadia: Estate W. Stewart, 1(50 acres, Kialla West; estate J. Ferguson, 582 acres, Kialla West. Tatura Pig Sale. John Caldwell's land sale at Kialla West. Monday, February 16. Devenisli Stock Sale. Undera Stock Sale. James Bros.' Gearing Sale at Wfuna. , Isaac Jarvis's Clearing bale, Central Shepparton. Dookie Stock Sale. McDonald's Clearing, Cobram._ Gunn's Clearing Sale, Katung'a Tuesday, February 17 Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

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DROWNING FATALITY AT MOOROOPNA. A SAD FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

drowning1 fatality at mooroopna. A SAD FATE. A. bathing fatality look place at Mooroopna oil Friday night £0UnS -J""1.1. named 11edeilck Lrnest &henfl, in the employ of Messrs Nobeilus, of hmerald, was drowned in the (toulburn river. Deceased, who ^ial',s of a^e' to the !.nc.i w.ith lus companion. (Hit1 ford Nobelious. As he could not swim, it was his intention to wash in the shallow water. Tliey had been in the water for a few minutos when his companion missed hiin. Nobelious im 'mediately swam to where he saw deceased last, and could discern him struggling some distance below the surface, but could not render any assistance as he (No belius) was unable to dive. He called for help, and a young man named Charles Blowes, a good swimmer, did all he could to lo cate the drowning man, hut could not llnd him as the light was failing. Dragging was re sorted to, but it was not until Saturday morning about 11 a.m. | that the body was recovered by ■Francis Howard and Charles Blowes i...

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Shepparion news Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 9 February 1914

SDepparion i?eu>$ Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914. The annual meeting of share holders in the Lady Rose G.M. Co., was held al Carkeek's hotel, Euroa, on last Friday week. The balance sheet was received and adopted. The mine manager re ported that the machinery and plant was in good order, and that a considerable amount ol' de velopment work had been carried out during.lhe term. They were now driving to strike the Lady Rose reef which lliey expected to pick up in a few feet further. : 178 tons had been crushed during the year for a yield of 205. o/,.) with 2l Ions of concen trates valued at £27 per ton. No calls'have been made by the com pany Since October,' 1912; This retiring directors0were re-elec knd' 'Mr. IV Bfonovaii ^vas'1 re elected auditor. • " A railway league has been formed at Violet Town to advo cate the building of the long talked of railway from Violet Town to Strathbogie. The shire president (Cr. Forshaw) was elected president ; an...

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